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Chapter 9

Lab 9.2.7


Step 1 : Build the network and configure the hosts


Step 2 : Record the baseline IP address information for computers and intergrated router


a. IP address : 192.168.1.2
   Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
   Default gateway : 192.168.1.1
   DNS :
   DHCP :

b. Internal IP address : 192.168.1.3
    Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
    Enabled.
    External (internet) IP address : 10.1.1.5
    Subnet mask : 255.0.0.0
    Default gateway IP address : 10.1.1.1
    DNS server :

c.IP address : 192.168.2.2    Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0    Default gateway :  192.168.2.1    Web server 1 protocol and name :     Web server 2 protocol and name :     FTP server 1 protocol and name :     FTP server 2 protocol and name :
Step 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Masalah yang biasanya terjadi yaitu masalah routing. Perintah - perintah yang bisa digunakan untuk menyelesaikan masalah ini : - show ip route, untuk mengeluarkan isi dari tabel routing. Contoh nya :       ~ show ip route connected,      ~ ip default network.      ~ show ip rou…

Chapter 8

Lab 8.4.2



Part 1 : Configuring access policies
Step 1 : Build The Network and Configure The Hosts
c. Host-A : IP address : 192.168.2.1                   Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0                   Default Gateway : 192.168.2.2    Host-B(DMZ Server) : IP address : 192.168.189.202                                    Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0                                    Default Gateway : 192.168.189.1    External Server : IP address : 192.168.10.1                             Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0                             Default Gateway : 192.168.10.2
Step 2 : Log in to the user interface
c. Tipe koneksi internet nya : wireless internet connection.
d. Default router (internal) : IP address : 192.168.1.1                                          Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
f. Default router (external) : IP address : 192.168.2.1                                          Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0

Lab 7.2.6 Configuring a Wireless Client

Required Equipment
One each of the following:
Access Point (AP)
Computer
Wireless Client Hardware
Checklist:
1. Unit
2. CD-ROM: User Guide
and Setup Guide
3. Ethernet Cable
4. Power Adapter (1 pc)
5. Quick Installation Book
*We will be using two different client models: Linksys WUSB54G and WUSB200. We will also help
connect attendees’ client PCs if they have different WLS client hardware.
Steps 1–3 Review (should already be done)
Step
1 Computer Ready
2 Open Linksys Access Point Box
3 AP Box Items Checklist

Linksys Wireless CCNA Setup
Step 4

Installation Guide Step: Connecting the Router (Layer 1 Only)
Connect Ethernet cable and plug from switchport on router to your NIC
DO NOT connect wirelessly to manage the router!
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Linksys Wireless CCNA Setup

Step 5

Usually use CD to go through easy install. (Skipping)
PC Configuration as per Installation Guide: Explore Variables,
“What Can Go Wrong…”
1. Many APs create…

Lab 1.3.3 Determining the Screen Resolution of a Computer

Objectives

* Determine the current screen resolution of a PC monitor.
* Determine the maximum resolution for the highest color quality.
* Calculate the number of pixels needed for resolution settings.
* Identify the type of monitor and graphics card installed.

Background / Preparation
The resolution of a monitor determines the quality of the screen display. The resolution is determined by the number of horizontal and vertical picture elements (pixels) that are used to produce the image on the monitor. The number of pixels is typically predefined by the manufacturers of graphics cards and PC monitors. The highest number of pixels that a monitor and graphics card can support is referred to as maximum resolution. An example of maximum resolution is 1280 x1024, which means the display is composed of 1280 horizontal pixels and 1024 vertical pixels. The higher the resolution is set, the sharper the display image. The maximum resolution of a PC monitor and the number of colors the monitor ca…

Lab 2.3.3 Examining Operating System and Application Versions

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Lab 2.3.3 Examining Operating System and Application Versions
Objectives
• • Determine the operating system (OS) version and revision.
• • Examine the method used for configuring Windows XP updates.
• • Determine the revision number of a particular application.
Background / Preparation
It is important to keep operating systems and applications up-to-date to ensure stable operation and to address security vulnerabilities. These updates are called revisions, updates, patches, or hot fixes. There are three ways to update the Windows XP operating system: automatic updating, downloading patches automatically and manually determining when they are installed, or manually downloading and installing the patches. This lab can be done individually, in pairs, or in teams. The following resources are required:

• Computer with Windows XP and an application such as Microsoft Word installed
Step 1: Determine the Windows XP version and revision number

* Click the Start button…

Lab 3.1.5 Building a Peer-to-Peer Network

Objectives
• • Design and build a simple peer-to-peer network using a crossover cable supplied by the instructor.
• • Verify connectivity between the peers using the ping command.
Background / Preparation
In this hands-on lab, you will plan and build a simple peer-to-peer network using two PCs and an Ethernet crossover cable. The following resources are required:
• • Two Window XP Professional PCs, each with an installed and functional Network Interface Card (NIC)
• • An Ethernet crossover cable
Step 1: Diagram the network
1. A network diagram is a map of the logical topology of the network. In the space below, sketch a simple peer-to-peer network connecting two PCs. Label one PC with IP address 192.168.1.1 and the other PC with IP address 192.168.1.2. Use labels to indicate connecting media and any necessary network devices.

Answere:
1. A simple network like the one you designed can use a hub or switch as a central connecting device, or the PCs may be directly connected. Which kind o…

Lab 3.3.3 Determine the MAC Address of a Host

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Objective
• Determine the MAC address of a Windows XP computer on an Ethernet network using the ipconfig /all command.
• Access to the Run command.
Background/Preparation
Every computer on an Ethernet local network has a Media Access Control (MAC) address that is burned into the Network Interface Card (NIC). Computer MAC addresses are usually displayed as 6 sets of two hexadecimal numbers separated by dashes or colons. (example: 15-EF-A3-45-9B-57). The ipconfig /all command displays the computer MAC address. You may work individually or in teams. The following resources are required:
• • Windows XP workstation with at least one Ethernet network interface card (NIC)
Step 1: Open a Windows command prompt window
• From the Windows XP desktop, click Start then Run.
• Type cmd in the Run dialogue box then click OK.A Windows command prompt window opens.
Step 2: Use the ipconfig /all command
a. Enter the ipconfig /all command at the command prompt.
b. Press Enter. (Typi…

Lab 4.2.3 Tracing Internet Connectivity

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Objectives
• • Use software that shows how data travels through the Internet.
• • Use the ping utility to test connectivity to a remote network.
• • Construct a visual map of connectivity from your network to a remote network.
Background / Preparation
In order to perform this lab, Internet connectivity is required. On a PC, open a web browser to ensure connectivity exists before beginning this lab. This lab has an optional first step of downloading and installing a free program that can be used to determine the path a packet takes through the Internet. This program may be free, but it also may be copyrighted. Also, it may be that you are not permitted on a campus computer to download and install software. Check with the instructor or student assistant if you are unsure. The following resources will be required:
1. • Windows-based computer with Internet connectivity
2. • Ability to download and install freeware software (optional)
3. • Access to the Run command
St…

Lab 5.1.4 Using the Windows Calculator with Network Addresses

Objectives
• • Switch between the two Windows Calculator modes.
• • Use Windows Calculator to convert between decimal, binary, and hexadecimal.
• • Use Windows Calculator to determine the number of hosts in a network with powers of 2.
Background / Preparation
Network technicians work with binary, decimal, hexadecimal numbers with computers and networking devices. In this lab you will use the Windows Calculator application to convert between the binary, decimal, and hexadecimal number systems. You will also use the powers function to determine the number of hosts that can be addressed based on the number of bits available. The following resources are required:
• • PC with Windows XP installed and functional
Step 1: Access Windows Calculator and determine mode of operation
1. From the Start button menu, select All Programs > Accessories, and click on Calculator. An alternate method of starting the Calculator application is to access the Start menu, click on Run, type calc and press E…

Quiz CCNA Chapter 6

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Jawaban quiz CCNA chapter 6

1. 1. The part of message that is missing is retransmitted

2. 2. DNS => A user request a website by typping in it’s name

E-mail => Internet protocol enable user to send the message to each other over the internet

File transfer => A user upload new to his or her website

DHCP => A workstation gets its ip address automaticly

Web service => A user types in a URL and a page loads in the client browser

Telnet => A network technician logs into a workstation from the remote site

3. 3. DNS server => translate a domain name to an ip address

Commond DNS port number => 53

Domain name => cisco.com

4. 4. DNS

5. 5. Web server => host a web page

Web client => request a web page

HTML => used to create web page

HTTPS => secure protocol that uses port 443

HTTP=> protocol commonly used by a web browser

6. 6. Protocol used to process e-mail

· SMTP

· IMAP4

· …

CCNA Discovery 1 Module 6 Exam Answers Version 4.0

CCNA Discovery 1 Module 6 Exam Answers Version 4.0 1. A user types www.cisco.com into a web browser address textbox. What does www.cisco.com represent?
• the IP address of a web server
• a physical network address
• the closest router interface to the source
• the source IP address in the data transmission

2. What type of server would use IMAP?
• DNS
• DHCP
• e-mail
• FTP
• Telnet
• web

3. Which type of server would most likely be used first by a network client in a corporate environment?
• DNS
• DHCP
• e-mail
• FTP
• Telnet
• web

4. Which protocol is used by FTP to transfer files over the Internet?
• TCP
• SMTP
• UDP
• SNMP

5. Which protocols are TCP/IP application layer protocols? (Choose two.)
• UDP
• FTP
• IP
• SMTP
• TCP

6. Which of the following are layers of the TCP/IP model? (Choose three.)
• Application
• Physical
• Internet
• Network Access
• Presentation

7. You are creating a network-based video game. What influences your decision about which transport pro…

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